COMPUTER SCIENCE AND COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY – MSc DEGREE (track 3081)
The teaching program offers outstanding students a direct track study program for a Master’s degree. The program aims to train graduates who have a genuine and thorough understanding of the two fields and provide them with the theoretical and practical tools that will enable them to become leading researchers in the field.
Admission to MSc studies: Admission takes place, on the dates published by the program’s studies committee, according to the ranking of candidates and the program’s capacity to absorb them. The program’s MSc studies are intended only for the program’s graduates. Students who completed BSc studies outside the program cannot apply for the MSc studies. Students who will continue their MSc studies in the program will be registered in the faculty’s MSc secretariat.
: The program’s students will be required to submit a research final thesis for the MSc degree. The assessing and evaluation process will take place in the format that normally applies in the Computer Science teaching program.
: An oral final exam will be held in the presence of the tutor and two additional examiners in the format that normally applies in the Computer Science teaching program.
: In addition to the compulsory program for the MSc, in order to complete 21 credits, students must choose, in coordination with the advisor and in a balanced manner, additional elective courses from the Computer Science and Life Sciences teaching programs.
The final grade for the MSc degree
will be determined on the basis of weighting the course grades as follows:
- Average grade in the courses (40%)
- Exam (20%)
- Final thesis (40%)
Program MSc advisor: Prof. Michal Linial